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James Bovard

Pandemic Security Theater

“After ten months of lockdowns and shocking degrees of economic and social carnage, millions of Americans have decided that there surely must be some rationale for all the insanity and have signed on to become enforcers themselves, even and perhaps especially when the rules make no sense at all.” ~ James Bovard

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Ethan Yang

The Physics Behind Freedom

“Bejan’s book shows that freedom is actually scientifically good for society. It truly is a groundbreaking fusion of physics and economics. In his case, he sees things through the lens of energy movement and evolution, the literal workings of the universe. Economists call prosperity the result of free people and free markets. He calls it a force of nature.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Robert Hughes

Shifting Political Views and Covid Concerns Pull Down Consumer Sentiment

“Consumer sentiment fell in early January, driven largely by ideology. Combined with renewed restrictions and weakening economic activity, the outlook remains highly uncertain.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Manufacturing Output Rose in December But Remains Below Pre-pandemic Levels

“Manufacturing continued to recover in December despite reinstated government restrictions.” – Robert Hughes

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Stacey Rudin

First Goes Law, Then Goes Democracy

“If this agenda is indeed to be forced on us by ruse, via the exploitation of a pandemic, one must wonder if its masterminds are remotely trustworthy. Why can’t they openly explain their intentions, if they are so wonderful? Today, they implement a covert replacement for the rule of law, one that subverts our will to theirs with no right of appeal. Tomorrow, they replace democracy.” ~ Stacey Rudin

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Robert Hughes

Retail Sales Decline for a Third Consecutive Month

“Retail sales fell in December as reactionary government policies delay economic recovery.” – Robert Hughes

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James L. Caton

Monetary Rules have been Interpreted to Justify the Status Quo

“I can only imagine that those in charge of monetary policy, following Woodford and the precedent set by Bernanke, see stable implementation of a fixed monetary rule as being an antiquated idea, obviously inferior to their more flexible interpretation of rule-based policy. Their perspective, now widely shared among monetary theorists and policymakers, risks leaving us sleepwalking toward a state of fiscal insolvency.” ~ James L. Caton

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Fiona Harrigan

In the Midst of Covid-19, Pakistan Continues Its Fight Against Polio

“The nation’s health authorities have realized that Covid-19 mitigation is only one component of holistic public health practices. Public health must take all epidemiological factors into account. Tunnel vision only serves to create new kinds of misery, scrapping hard-earned progress.” ~ Fiona Harrigan

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